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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#24869 2 years, 11 months ago
Stella Blue is Set One 04/08/1985
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#24878 2 years, 11 months ago
marcap wrote:
Stella Blue is Set One 04/08/1985


Hmmm... I would have sworn that side 1 of Stella Blue was Revolution, Bucket, Touch....
If it rolls, sink it.
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#24886 2 years, 11 months ago
According to deadlist.com (so you are right, and not as the LP reports)

Set One
In The Midnight Hour > Walking The Dog > Big Boss Man ; Me And My Uncle > Cumberland Blues ; Down In The Bottom > I Ain't Superstitious ; Althea ; Tons Of Steel > Supplication > Might As Well

Set Two
Revolution ; Hell In A Bucket > Touch Of Grey ; Estimated Prophet > Eyes Of The World > Drums > Space > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad > Stella Blue > Around And Around > Turn On Your Lovelight

Encore
Brokedown Palace

The LPs:
Brokedown Palace (so set one): as deadlist on sides 1, 2 and 3 plus on side 4 : CC Ryder-Brokedown Palace-Pig Pen
Stella Blue: as deadlist (so set two)
The Encore is on the Brokedown Palace LP

(I haven't listen at them since ages!)
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marcap
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#31379 2 years, 10 months ago
Hi guys,
a very nice list about Grateful Dead bootlegs (don't know if it is complete) is this one here.
Last Edit: 2 years, 10 months ago by marcap.
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#31382 2 years, 10 months ago
killwhyT wrote:

6. Shalom bootleg, sometimes called mammary records (?) early 70's show



You got the one in red vinyl? Very rare to find it!

About your other post concerning the "Live at Keystone" (Saunders, Garcia, Kahn, Vitt) I have the double album.
I bought it in a shop in Berkeley, Ca.
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#31592 2 years, 10 months ago
For those of you that are interested in and have "Cosmik Messengers" here is the complete notes about that album:

Stoneybrooke 10/30/1970 Late show

__ Side one
Smokestack Lightning
Beat It All Down The Line
China Cat Sunflower
I Know You Rider

__ Side two
Railroad Blues
St. Stephen
Not Fade Away
GDTRFB (not mentioned on the cover)
Not Fade Away (Reprise) (not mentioned on the cover)


NOTE : FOTD, Truckin, Candyman, It Hurts Me Too, Dancin', Lovelight are missing on the LP
Last Edit: 2 years, 10 months ago by marcap.
The Zane
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#46997 2 years, 8 months ago
Hey I just picked up "European Tour 1974" on 2LP

Turns out it is the second set of 1980-08-19 Uptown Theater, Chicago IL

http://www.archive.org/details/gd80-08-1...nder.8739.sbeok.shnf

Anyways, It is a pretty rippin' set.

Anyone know of a bootleg called "Rose"? The front cover is a black and white skull with Grateful Dead written across it along with "Rose" in red centered under Grateful Dead. It claims to be a show from 1981.

Scratch that... marcap's link above answered my questions about "rose"

Thanks dude.
Last Edit: 2 years, 8 months ago by The Zane.
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#48722 2 years, 8 months ago
Thanks for the real date of the "European Tour 1974"

Never saw the "Rose" bootleg.

Someone here posted (2008!) about the "Rose" album
Last Edit: 2 years, 8 months ago by marcap. Reason: addded a link
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#64644 2 years, 6 months ago
I recently bought a vinyl record (33) of the dead that just seemed weird. I got it home and tried to find any others out there and have not been successful. The cover art appears to be from another bootleg entitled "Blowing a Rainbow". The spine reads Palais de Seine Paris, 1974. The back reads "The Grateful Dead Jamaica" and the actual music on the record is a live recording from a festival in Jamaica on 11-26-1982. Sound quality isn't great, but there's some smokin' stuff on there. Have you ever come across anything like that?
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Re: Grateful Dead vinyl bootlegs and oddities

#80822 2 years, 5 months ago
dbchris2 wrote:
I recently bought a vinyl record (33) of the dead that just seemed weird. I got it home and tried to find any others out there and have not been successful. The cover art appears to be from another bootleg entitled "Blowing a Rainbow". The spine reads Palais de Seine Paris, 1974. The back reads "The Grateful Dead Jamaica" and the actual music on the record is a live recording from a festival in Jamaica on 11-26-1982. Sound quality isn't great, but there's some smokin' stuff on there. Have you ever come across anything like that?


I got "Blowing a Rainbow"

marcap.info/joomba17/index.php/G/4-grate...30-blowing-a-rainbow

but has not all what you said.

But this one more or less yes:

marcap.info/joomba17/index.php/G/4-grate...ad/148-crazy-fingers

On the back there are only the titles of the songs.
It says Paris 1974 on a sticker on the front cover and Jamaica 11-26-1982 on the spine.

U.S.A Press
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